The Difference Between Worpdress Pages and Posts

April 26th, 2011

WP Page or WP Post? That is the question at hand!I get asked quite often what’s¬† is the difference between WordPress Pages and Worpress Posts.

The main difference is pages are static and posts are dynamic. Another way I like to say this is, pages are stationary and posts have legs. What this really means is that pages are meant for long term content that should be regularly accessible where posts are mobile.

Yes a WP Page can still have some mobility with the use of social media buttons but pages aren’t thrust out into the blog-o-sphere quite like a post.

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Making Progress

June 29th, 2010

I finally got around to finishing 2 pages which I think are the corner stones or building blocks to working through the process of building a WordPress CMS.

I’ve broken things down in two stages… Read the rest of this entry »

Search Friendly URLS – AKA Pretty Permalinks

June 18th, 2010

Setting up search engine friendly URLS (aka pretty permalinks) in WordPress is quite simple.

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Setting A Static Front Page & Blog Page

February 18th, 2010

If you are planning on using WordPress to run your website using pages and also have a blog in one installation then here is how you set a static front page and also designate a home page for your WordPress blog.

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